School: Valleymount

Location:
Valleymount, Co. Wicklow
Teacher:
Dll. Ó Cochláin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0917, Page 153

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16. I have a little house, and it wouldn't hold a mouse, and it has as many windows as the Lord Mayor's house?
A thimble.
17. A man one night went out to view the skys. He saw a tree with apples on it, he neither took apples off it, or left apples on it?
There was only two apples on it. he took one apple, and left one apple.
18. I'm either round, oval or square. My sole is always suffering, yet never from a sin?
A pot.
19 How you you spell dry grass in three letters?
H A Y.

1. Why is the sun like a good loaf?
Because it always rises, and is always light.
2. What never asks questions yet must be answered?
The door bell.
3. What is the difference between a hungry boy and a greedy boy?

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Collector
May Quinn
Gender
female
Age
12
Address
Valleymount, Co. Wicklow
Language
English